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Sliding Door Lock Quick Fix Tips

Sliding Door Lock Quick Fix Tips
  •    Home plans
  •    August 19, 2017
  •    Ishi (イシ) Yamazaki (山崎)
  •    9 images


When you find problems with your sliding door lock, you will really be annoyed by the problems if you cannot deal with them soon. As a matter of fact, there are some easy-to-do fixes that you can learn to do in no time just in case that you need to fix the lock of your sliding door in a really quick time. Pay attention to the quick fixes and you will not be annoyed by such problems anymore.

Problems of Sliding Door Key Lock

One of the most common problems that you may encounter in relation to your sliding door lock is that when you try to open the door, the key sticks as if a piece of chewing gum could be inside. This can be caused by misaligned and clogged lock tumblers inside the locking mechanism. The best way to deal with this kind of thing is to lubricate the lock itself. Powdered graphite is your best solution to do lubrication for the lock.

There is also a problem called as cold war which means that the lock is frozen due to cold weather. You can simply deal with this problem using lighter. Just heat the key and insert the key into the lock so the lock will also get the heat from the key. Those are a couple of easy fixes to do regarding your sliding door lock.

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